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WELLES MSS. - APPENDIX C

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BOUND RADIO SCRIPTS

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V | W

  • Abednego 1942, Dec. 20
  • Abednego - The Slave 1946, Aug. 16
  • Admiral of the Ocean Sea 1942, Oct. 12
  • Ah Wilderness 1939, Sept. 17
  • Air Transport Command 1942, Nov. 16
  • Algiers 1939, Oct. 8
  • Alphabet A to C 1942, Dec. 6
  • Alphabet C to S 1942,Dec. 13
  • American Cavalcade 1939, May 26
  • Andes 1942, Nov. 22
  • Ann Sothern (Orson Welles
  • Almanac) 1944, Feb. 9; May 17
  • Annabel Lee 1941, Oct. 6
  • Anything Can Happen 1945, Apr. 24
  • The Apple Tree 1942, Jan. 12; 1946, Sept. 6
  • Around the World in Eighty Days 1938, Oct. 23; 1946, June 7
  • Arrowsmith 1939, Feb. 3
  • The Bad Man 1939, May 19
  • The Bad-Will Ambassador 1942, Dec. 27
  • Ballad of Bataan 1942, Dec. 7
  • Beau Geste 1939, Mar. 17
  • Betty Hutton (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 22
  • Between Americans 1942, Feb. 2
  • Black Daniel 1939, Apr. 28
  • The Black Pearl 1941, Oct. 6
  • Bolivar's Idea 1943, Jan. 31
  • Brazil 1942, Nov. 15
  • The Broome Stages 1940, Feb. 4
  • Burlesque 1939, Feb. 17
  • Call it a Day 1938, Dec. 16
  • Carole Landis (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 26
  • Charles Laughton (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 15
  • The Chicken Wagon Family 1939, Jan. 20
  • A Christmas Carol 1938, Dec. 23
  • The Citadel 1940, Jan. 21
  • Come and Get It 1939, Dec. 31
  • Counsellor At Law 1939, Jan. 6
  • The Count of Monte Cristo 1939, Oct. 1; 1946, June 14
  • D-Day Program 1944, June 7
  • Dennis Day (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 5
  • The Diamond as Big as the Ritz 1945, Apr. 3
  • Dinner at Eight 1940, Feb. 18
  • Dodsworth 1939, Nov. 26
  • Escape 1939, Oct. 15
  • A Farewell to Arms 1941, Nov. 24
  • Feed the World 1943, Jan. 17
  • Fifth War Loan Drive, Soldier Field, Chicago 1944, June 19
  • Fifth War Loan Drive, Texarkana, Texas 1944, June 12
  • Finger in the Wind 1943, Jan. 11
  • Flyer Come Home 1943, Jan. 25
  • Flying Fortress 1942, Nov. 9
  • The Future 1943, Feb. 1
  • G. K. Chesterton Poem 1941, Dec. 22
  • The Garden of Allah 1939, Nov. 19
  • George Jessel (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 19
  • The Glass Key 1939, Mar. 10
  • Golden Honeymoon 1946, Aug. 2
  • The Green Goddess 1939, Feb. >10
  • Gremlins 1942, Dec. 21
  • Groucho Marx (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Jan. 26
  • The Happy Prince 1941, Dec. 22
  • The Happy Hypocrite 1942, Jan. 26
  • Hedda Hopper (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 23
  • Hell on Ice 1946, Aug. 9
  • Hidalgo 1941, Sept. 15
  • The Hitch Hiker 1941, Nov. 17; 1946, June 21
  • Huckleberry Finn 1940, Mar. 17
  • The Hurricane 1939, Nov. 5
  • I Lost My Girlish Laughter 1939, Jan. 27
  • I'm a Fool 1941, Sept. 29; 1946, Aug. 23
  • If in Years to Come 1941, Oct. 13
  • The Interlopers 1941, Sept. 29
  • An Irishman and a Jew 1941, Sept. 15
  • The Islands 1942, Nov. 29
  • It Happened One Night 1940, [Jan. 28]
  • Jane Eyre 1940, Mar. 31; 1946, June 28
  • Jimmy Durante & Aurora Miranda (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, May 10
  • June Moon 1940, Mar. 24
  • King Lear 1946, Sept. 13
  • Lana Turner (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, June 5
  • Letter to Mother 1943, Jan. 18
  • Life with Adam 1946, July 19
  • Lilliom 1939, Oct. 22
  • Lionel Barrymore (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 2
  • Lost Horizon 1939, Dec. 3
  • Lucille Ball (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 8; May 3
  • Lynn Bari (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, June 28
  • Marjorie Reynolds (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, May 31
  • Martha O'Driscoll (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, June 21
  • Mary Boland (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 29
  • The Master of Ballantrae 1945, Apr. 10
  • The Maysville Minstrel 1941, Nov. 10
  • Mexico 1943, Jan. 10
  • Les Miserables 1939, Apr. 7
  • Moat Farm Murder 1946, July 26
  • Moby Dick 1946, Aug. 30
  • Monty Woolley (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Apr. 12
  • Mr. Deeds Goes to Town 1940, Feb. 11
  • Mrs. James and the Pot of Tea 1943, Jan. 25
  • Murder in the Bank 1941, Sept. 22
  • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd 1939, Nov. 12
  • Mutiny on the Bounty 1939, Jan. 13
  • My Little Boy 1942, Jan. 19
  • Nativity From St. Luke's 1941, Dec. 22
  • The Navigator 1942, Nov. 23
  • Oliver Twist 1938, Oct. 2
  • Only Angels Have Wings 1940, [Feb. 23]
  • Our Town 1939, May 12
  • Pan American Airlines 1942 Dec. 28
  • Parker Poetry 1941, Oct. 13
  • Passage to More than India 1942, Oct. 2
  • A Passenger to Bali 1946, July 5
  • The Patriot 1939, Apr. 14
  • Peter Ibbetsen 1939, Sept. 9
  • Prisoner of Assiout 1941, Oct. 20
  • Private Lives 1939, Apr. 21
  • Rabble in Arms 1940, Mar. 3
  • Rebecca 1938, Dec. 9
  • The Right Side 1941, Sept. 22
  • Robert Benchley (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Feb. 16
  • Romance 1941, Oct. 20
  • Royal Regiment 1939, Mar. 3
  • Ruth Terry (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, July 19
  • The Search for Henri Le Fevre 1946, July 12
  • Selections from Romeo and Juliet 1946, Aug. 2
  • The Sexes 1941, Sept. 22
  • Shakespearean Sonnet 1941, Oct. 20
  • Show Boat 1939, Mar. 31
  • Shredni Vashtar 1941, Sept. 15
  • Something's Going to Happen to Henry 1941, Dec. 1
  • Song of Solomon 1941, Sept. 29
  • State Fair 1939, Feb. 24
  • Susan Hayward (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, July 12
  • Symptoms of Being 35 1941, Dec. 8
  • Tale of Two Cities 1938, July 25
  • The Tell-Tale Heart 1946, Aug. 23
  • Tex-Ark Program 1944, June 14
  • That's Why I Left You 1941, Nov. 10
  • Theodora Goes Wild 1940, Jan. 14
  • There are Frenchmen and Frenchmen 1941, Dec. 29
  • There's Always a Woman 1939, Dec. 17
  • The Things We Have 1939, May 26
  • Twentieth Century 1939, Mar. 24
  • Vanessa 1939, Dec. 10
  • Victor Moore (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, Mar. 1
  • Victoria Regina 1939, June 2
  • Walt Whitman Poetry: From Leaves of Grass 1941, Dec. 8
  • War Workers 1942, Dec. 14
  • What Every Woman Knows 1939, Sept. 24
  • Wickford Point 1939, May 5
  • Wilbur Brown, Habitat: Brooklyn 1941, Dec. 1
  • Wild Oranges 1941, Nov. 3
  • Wilde Twins (Lee & Lyn), Lois Collier (Orson Welles Almanac) 1944, May 24

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